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DEEP Earth Energy Production secures geothermal rights through LandSolutions

Drilling rig at Estevan, Saskatchewan (source: flickr/ Jeff Sandquist, creative commons)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 21 Sep 2011

Saskatchwan based geothermal development company DEEP Earth Energy Production secures geothermal rights through land services firm LandSolutions.

In a release “LandSolutions LP announces that it continues to expand its land services through a recent project associated with DEEP Earth Energy Production Corp. as it relates to geothermal energy production.
LandSolutions will be providing land expertise for a new geothermal project that DEEP plans to develop in southeast Saskatchewan over the next two to three years.

“The power generation potential is enormous and we are happy to be the company of choice providing our services to a leading-edge company such as DEEP,” Ron Vermeulen, president of LandSolutions, said in a release. This is the first project of its kind in Saskatchewan and one of only a few projects being developed in Canada of this size.

DEEP has entered into a memorandum of understanding with an intermediate oil and gas producer for exclusive rights to explore deep (i.e. Winnipeg and Deadwood formations) non oil-bearing hot brine aquifers in southeast Saskatchewan for potential geothermal resource development.”

Source: Company release by email